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Construction principles ± Sequence in the construction process ± Solid construction vs. Filigree construction Strength and durability issues Available natural resources Flexibility and permanence Solar gains management
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Foundations ± Foundation requirements Safe against structural failure No differential settlement Feasible technically and economically Image by MIT OCW.
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Foundations ± Excavation Constraints on slope from soil type ­ Cohesive soil ­ Frictional soil Planned building Boundary stone with spot height reference pin 3:1 / 3:2 / 1:2 slope depending upon subsoil Working space, approx. 60 cm 60 60 Image by MIT OCW. Image by MIT OCW.
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Foundations ± Excavation Constraints on slope from soil type Constraints on slope from available space
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Foundations ± Excavation Sheeting and bracing ­ Soldier beams ­ Sheeting piling techniques CROSSLOT BRACING RAKERS TIEBACKS Image by MIT OCW.
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Foundations ± Excavation Sheeting and bracing ­ Soldier beams ­ Sheeting piling techniques ­ Slurry wall
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